M. G. Nessiem

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The detection of parasitaemia in camels is a constant problem in the diagnosis of trypanosomosis, where the parasitaemia in field cases is often low and fluctuating. Consequently, examination of blood films or wet preparations reveals only a small percentage of infected cases (Gatt Rutter, 1967; K.illick-Kendrick, 1968). Methods for the detection of very(More)
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